Clareville Street, SW7

On the site of a former drama school, this development broke new ground with the use of geothermal ground source energy in a luxury residential setting – for each house, the heating, cooling and hot water are provided for by four 100m-deep geothermal boreholes serving two heat exchangers.

Each property features his and hers marble bathrooms, a dressing room with bespoke walnut wardrobes, private outdoor terraces, under-floor heating, wine cellars and secure off-street parking.

30 Clareville Street received the prestigious award of ‘Best Single Residence’ at the UK Property Awards in recognition of both the high standards of finish and the sustainable nature of the development.

“One of London’s top 10 developments” - The Times

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